Top 10 Shopping Malls in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Most Popular Shopping Malls

Malaysians take retail therapy very seriously: so much so that maps, which list out the city’s invasion of shopping malls, are out-of-date almost before the ink runs dry. Truthfully it is the country’s hot and humid weather that draws crowds into these air-conditioned centres; within the Bukit Bintang area itself there are more than eight malls, ranging from the posh Starhill Gallery and trendy Fahrenheit 88 to Sungei Wang Plaza and the gadget haven Low Yat Plaza.

We have listed out the best malls to search for trendy yet inexpensive, state-of-the-art gadgets, high end fashion and even restaurants and bars accommodating every taste, pocket and style in this software-supremo city.


1
Pavillion Kuala Lumpur Shopping Mall Bukit Bintang

Located at the centre of the uber trendy Bukit Bintang district, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a sprawling 1.37 million square feet complex comprised of three major components – a retail mall, an office block and two residential towers. Occupying prime real estate along Jalan Bukit Bintang, the mall was opened in 2007 and is noteworthy as the city centre’s trendiest and most popular shopping development. Read More...

2
Suria KLCC KLCC

Located at the base of the 88-storey, steel-clad Petronas Twin Towers (which rise to 451.9m), the crescent-shaped Suria KLCC is more than just a shopping and dining venture. Opened in 1999, the retail and entertainment complex on the junction of Jalan Ampang and Jalan P. Ramlee houses a plethora of interesting attractions. Read More...

3
Mid Valley Megamall Nearby Bangsar

The best shopping opportunity is not actually within Bangsar itself, but very near it; the Mid Valley Shopping mall is one of the largest in Southeast Asia and is arguably the Klang Valley's most popular shopping attraction. From Bangsar, it is a mere few minutes away using a large flyover that cuts across the smaller Bangsar roads that lead to other areas. Read More...


 

4
Berjaya Times Square Bukit Bintang

Comprising 10 floors and more than 700 retail outlets, Berjaya Times Square is a one-stop leisure destination for all ages. Linked to a five-star hotel of the same brand name, it also comes with several food courts, an indoor theme park with an IMAX theatre, a cinema, a spa centre, a games arcade, a karaoke lounge, a supermarket, a post office, a bank, an IT mall and hundreds of retail outlets offering everything from food to fashion. Read More...

5
Starhill Gallery Kuala Lumpur Bukit Bintang

Connected directly to the five-star JW Marriott, Starhill Gallery is a high-end shopping mall with seven floors of luxury retail experience. The Feast and Relish floors feature a myriad of fine-dining options, while the Indulge and Adorn floors showcase a variety of designer labels with the former focusing more on fashion labels. Read More...

6
Sungei Wang Plaza & BB Plaza Bukit Bintang

Sungei Wang Plaza has been around for more than two decades and is one of the oldest institutions in the Bukit Bintang area. Still attracting throngs of visitors even after all these years and despite being surrounded with more glamourous competition, Sungei Wang Plaza houses more than 500 retail outlets selling everything from food to clothes, with the topmost floor dedicated to fashion for youth from a variety of home-grown labels. Read More...

7
One Utama Shopping Mall Petaling Jaya

Located away from the city centre, but still within the Kuala Lumpur limits, is the expansive 1 Utama shopping mall (fondly known as 1U to locals). Housing over 650 stores along with a smorgasbord of eateries and entertainment outlets, 1U spans over five million square feet and is located in Bandar Utama, a small suburb just off the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong. Read More...

8
Low Yat Plaza Shopping Mall Bukit Bintang

Low Yat Plaza – commonly referred to as LYP or Low Yat – is a well established commercial shopping centre in Kuala Lumpur’s busy city centre. Specializing in electronics and IT products. Ranking high as one of the city’s best known spots for gadgets and gizmos, the 12-storey mall is divided into a series of inter-connected stores surrounding a main concourse. Read More...

9
The Curve Petaling Jaya

The Curve is lauded to be the latest hip-and-happening place in town, with a unique lifestyle concept and a few choice entertainment and F & B outlets such as The Laundry, The Apartment, The Red Box and Marche Movenpick. Split into two areas called The Street (outlets which open up to the outdoors) and The Walk (outlets contained indoors), The Curve also has a bustling and exciting weekend flea market which is open all day selling all sorts of knick-knacks and novelties. Read More...

10
Fahrenheit 88 Shopping Mall Bukit Bintang

One of the newest additions to Kuala Lumpur’s ‘mallscape’, Fahrenheit 88 is a five-storey structure that lays claim to prime real estate along Jalan Bukit Bintang. Previously known as the KL Plaza, the mall was given a RM100 million revamp since its change of ownership and its extensive refurbishment has resulted in an uber posh retail mall that plays host to a wide variety of sophisticated small-time boutiques. Read More...


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